Home Australia Daring Netflix series Supersex angers viewers after sharing steamy new clip: ‘Do we have porn on Netflix now?’

Daring Netflix series Supersex angers viewers after sharing steamy new clip: ‘Do we have porn on Netflix now?’

0 comment
Netflix managed to push buttons after infuriating viewers and fans with a steamy clip from its new series Supersex on Thursday.

Netflix managed to push buttons after infuriating viewers and fans with a steamy clip from its new series Supersex on Thursday.

The streaming service posted a scene from the Italian series on Instagram that lasted only a few seconds, but that was enough for users in the comments to complain about the exaggerated sexual content.

The short video showed the show’s star, Italian actor Alessandro Borghi, kissing and shoving several scantily clad women.

However, the clip disappeared from Netflix US’s Instagram account after a few hours, although it is unclear if the platform removed it amid user complaints or if Netflix chose to remove it due to negative comments from fans.

The controversial new series, which has already outraged some Netflix subscribers, is a biographical drama based on the life of famous Italian adult actor Rocco Siffredi, 59.

Netflix managed to push buttons after infuriating viewers and fans with a steamy clip from its new series Supersex on Thursday.

Netflix managed to push buttons after infuriating viewers and fans with a steamy clip from its new series Supersex on Thursday.

The short video showed the show's star, Italian actor Alessandro Borghi, kissing and shoving several scantily clad women.

The short video showed the show's star, Italian actor Alessandro Borghi, kissing and shoving several scantily clad women.

The short video showed the show’s star, Italian actor Alessandro Borghi, kissing and shoving several scantily clad women.

Commenters criticized both Netflix, for releasing Supersex, and Instagram, for allowing the clip to be published.

Borghi was photographed shirtless, but wearing pants, sitting on a red couch while a scantily clad woman straddled his lap and kissed him passionately.

At least four other women surrounded the couple at their side and leaned down to kiss Borghi or caress the woman on top of him.

Although Borghi and the woman on top of him were jumping up and down, it was unclear that the two were supposed to be having sex, and all of the characters appeared to be clothed, although barely.

‘Now we also have porn on Netflix? Canceling account as we speak, my kids can’t see this,’ wrote one furious user.

‘Are we just making porn popular now?’ the user wrote. “It’s pretty disgusting that there is no warning about explicit content like this.”

They also complained that women who post breastfeeding photos or videos are often flagged, even though such content is technically acceptable under Instagram rules.

“You are detracting from any quality program you have,” they added.

“Umm…just opened Instagram,” one person wrote, echoing a popular complaint.

Italian actor Alessandro Borghi was photographed shirtless but wearing pants, sitting on a red sofa while a scantily clad woman straddled his lap and kissed him passionately while others surrounded them.

Italian actor Alessandro Borghi was photographed shirtless but wearing pants, sitting on a red sofa while a scantily clad woman straddled his lap and kissed him passionately while others surrounded them.

Italian actor Alessandro Borghi was photographed shirtless but wearing pants, sitting on a red sofa while a scantily clad woman straddled his lap and kissed him passionately while others surrounded them.

Despite the raunchy tone, it was not clear that anyone was having sex and all the actors were clothed. Supersex is streaming on Netflix now

Despite the raunchy tone, it was not clear that anyone was having sex and all the actors were clothed. Supersex is streaming on Netflix now

Despite the raunchy tone, it was not clear that anyone was having sex and all the actors were clothed. Supersex is streaming on Netflix now

The controversial new series, which has already outraged some Netflix subscribers, is a biographical drama based on the life of famous Italian adult actor Rocco Siffredi, 59; In the photo on March 4 in Rome.

The controversial new series, which has already outraged some Netflix subscribers, is a biographical drama based on the life of famous Italian adult actor Rocco Siffredi, 59; In the photo on March 4 in Rome.

The controversial new series, which has already outraged some Netflix subscribers, is a biographical drama based on the life of famous Italian adult actor Rocco Siffredi, 59; In the photo on March 4 in Rome.

‘What the hell. Isn’t this inappropriate for a platform where KIDS FOLLOW YOU? another person wrote.

Some commenters even come up with strange and far-fetched scenarios to explain why they found the clip so offensive.

“Imagine being a former p*rn addict for a few years on and off and then you open Instagram and see this,” one user complained. ‘It can definitely trigger something in the back of your mind to just go look for a bit and then go back to where you were. thanks to “netflix & chill” here.’

Many pointed the finger at Instagram for allowing the content, and several angry users also complained that their posts lamenting the death toll in Israel’s attacks on Palestine were censored, but Netflix’s obscene post was not.

‘Make IG better; “Not everyone wants to see this, it should be subject to the same rules as genocide, posting with a warning and the option to watch it anyway,” one commenter added.

Some criticized Netflix for canceling shows they liked in favor of one they assumed they wouldn’t enjoy.

“Everyone cancels great shows just to make crap like this,” one person wrote.

“Someone bans Netflix from using Instagram,” another user fumed.

The clip disappeared from Netflix US's Instagram account after a few hours, although it's unclear if the platform removed it amid user complaints or if Netflix opted to remove it due to negative comments from fans.

The clip disappeared from Netflix US's Instagram account after a few hours, although it's unclear if the platform removed it amid user complaints or if Netflix opted to remove it due to negative comments from fans.

The clip disappeared from Netflix US’s Instagram account after a few hours, although it’s unclear if the platform removed it amid user complaints or if Netflix opted to remove it due to negative comments from fans.

Several users complained that the clip looked like porn.

Several users complained that the clip looked like porn.

Several users complained that the clip looked like porn.

Several people were surprised because 'they just opened Instagram'

Several people were surprised because 'they just opened Instagram'

Several people were surprised because ‘they just opened Instagram’

Others complained about the fully clothed clip appearing on a platform where 'CHILDREN FOLLOW YOU'.

Others complained about the fully clothed clip appearing on a platform where 'CHILDREN FOLLOW YOU'.

Others complained about the fully clothed clip appearing on a platform where ‘CHILDREN FOLLOW YOU’.

Some commenters even come up with bizarre and bizarre scenarios to explain why they found the clip so offensive, such as being in recovery from a porn addiction.

Some commenters even come up with bizarre and bizarre scenarios to explain why they found the clip so offensive, such as being in recovery from a porn addiction.

Some commenters even come up with bizarre and bizarre scenarios to explain why they found the clip so offensive, such as being in recovery from a porn addiction.

Many pointed the finger at Instagram for allowing the content, and several angry users also complained that their posts lamenting the death toll in Israel's attacks on Palestine were censored, but Netflix's obscene post was not.

Many pointed the finger at Instagram for allowing the content, and several angry users also complained that their posts lamenting the death toll in Israel's attacks on Palestine were censored, but Netflix's obscene post was not.

Many pointed the finger at Instagram for allowing the content, and several angry users also complained that their posts lamenting the death toll in Israel’s attacks on Palestine were censored, but Netflix’s obscene post was not.

Some criticized Netflix for canceling shows they liked in favor of one they assumed they wouldn't enjoy.

Some criticized Netflix for canceling shows they liked in favor of one they assumed they wouldn't enjoy.

Some criticized Netflix for canceling shows they liked in favor of one they assumed they wouldn’t enjoy.

One person wanted the Netflix account to be banned

One person wanted the Netflix account to be banned

One person wanted the Netflix account to be banned

1709853688 928 Daring Netflix series Supersex angers viewers after sharing steamy new

1709853688 928 Daring Netflix series Supersex angers viewers after sharing steamy new

‘Netflix or Pornhub? “I’m confused,” one person complained about the fully clothed kiss scene.

1709853688 142 Daring Netflix series Supersex angers viewers after sharing steamy new

1709853688 142 Daring Netflix series Supersex angers viewers after sharing steamy new

Others took the video as a sign of the “hypersexualization” of society, despite its relatively tame material, the decades of availability of hardcore pornography on the Internet, and decades of much more sexually explicit mainstream art.

‘Netflix or Pornhub? I’m confused,’ one person complained about the fully clothed kiss scene.

Others took the video as a sign of the “hypersexualization” of society, despite its relatively tame material, the decades of availability of hardcore pornography on the Internet, and decades of much more sexually explicit mainstream art.

‘It’s really sad that this is accepted in modern culture. “The hypersexualization of our society and our generation is depressing and degrading to the value of both genders,” one person wrote.

Supersex is now available to stream on Netflix.

You may also like